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Soundtrack: The Shining – Stanley Kubrick

Certain movies in cinematic history stand as cultural sentinels, containing scenes which telegraph love, hope, humour, sadness… or unbridled horror and incomprehensible primordial fear as Stanley Kubrick’s film, The Shining, did upon release in the spring of 1980. The fact this dance macabre is orchestrated to one of the creepiest and haunting – yet temporally ambiguous – soundtracks in modern film history only bolsters its place in the pantheon of greatest movies of all time.

Soundtrack: Arrival – Denis Villeneuve

Understanding how time limits and binds the human capacity for awareness is the key to breaking an interstellar code for a linguist and physicist in Canadian director Denis Villeneuve’s stark, contemporaneous and cerebral 2016 sci-fi thriller Arrival.

Soundtrack: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Sergio Leone

Stripped of any Venerum Americana infusing typical western films of the time, The Good the Bad and the Ugly preserved cinematic focus in 1966 by remaining morally ambiguous.

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